Fee: $30 non-members; $25 members; $15 students
Narrative is powerful archetypal medicine, shaped by and charged with the energy of the imaginal realm. The reality of story, James Hillman argues, "is given with life, with speech and communication, and [is] not something later that comes with learning and literature." We integrate life--both from within and from without--as story. We tell ourselves into events and so into being. May we not also retell our stories, rewrite and reinvent ourselves? Join us in this workshop as we explore the power of story to take us to the heights and depths of human experience, and the possibilities for renewal inherent in storytelling. There will be stories to hear, to tell, to share, to retell, to reflect on, to chew on, to question, to enjoy, to rejoice in, to imagine and reimagine, to create and recreate ....
Ann Yeoman, PhD, is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute (Zurich). She taught Jungian Studies courses at New College, University of Toronto, where she served as Dean of Students. Ann is the author of Now or Neverland: Peter Pan and the Myth of Eternal Youth (Inner City Books). She recently moved to her homeland in South Devon, England, where she continues her private practice as an analytical psychologist (Jungian Analyst).
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